Format string vulnerability in Gnu Privacy Guard (aka GnuPG or gpg)
1.05 and earlier can allow an attacker to gain privileges via format
strings in the original filename that is stored in an encrypted file.
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BUGTRAQ:20010529 [synnergy] - GnuPG remote format string vulnerability
BUGTRAQ:20010601 The GnuPG format string bug (was: TSLSA-2001-0009 - GnuPG)
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